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talked about going through academics and things like that. glenn: did you vote for obama? >> i did. glenn: why? >> i was torn. i voted for him and then i voted all republican. i was torn -- i did it mostly out of sense of obligation to grow the part of martin luther king and people who grew up through alabama and i got to be honest with you. the president is getting a free pass within the black community on so many things. where are the jobs? what are you doing for the little people? we're supposed to have a trickle up economy. i remember those words. glenn: i do, too. >> you don't trickle up when you give a.i.g. billions and goldman sachs billions. glenn: so what do we do? >> i am hoping that somehow the kids, balls it's always about the youth, that the kids will be able to look around and say this president obama, a guy who made it and i want to use his footprint and he made it through education. he is a wonderful speaker. he has a great education. that, to me, is ultimately how to turn all of this around. glenn: charles, i was -- i'm puzzled not just by your life experience as an afric
of the fort hood shooting victims. president obama promising justice, but warning congress not to turn the tragedy into political theater. >> this comes as the president arrives in singapore. he is there for the asian pacific economic summit to push for free trade in the region. also the remnants from tropical storm ida heading back out to sea after cause ago lot of problems for a big chunk of the east coast. flooding and beach erosion is being reported from the carolinas all the way up to new jersey. first a former attorney general taking the justice department to task for its decision to try the self proclaimed master mind behind the world trade center attacks and four others in new york city. as a federal judge, he presided over the trial in the first attack on the twin towers, that was back in 1993. in an exclusive interview with fox news, he says the move to try khalid mohammed and his alleged co-conspirators in a civilian court reflects an unwise, pre-9-11 mindset. molly henneberg is live in dc with the latest on this. the former attorney general says that these five men should b
>>> tonight on "worldfocus" -- >>> president obama in jan. the changing relationship of an assertive, new japanese leader stakes out his ground. >>> with jobs in the balance, the british government tries to deal with a growing backlash over immigration. >>> pakistan under attack. the latest deadly bombing shows that not even the country's spy agency is fe. >>> how a country rich in culture and history is going after tourists. welcome to iraq. >>> from the world's leading reporters and analysts, here's what's happening around the world. this is "worldfocus." major support has been provided by rosind walter and the peter g. peterson foundation, dedicated to promoting fiscal responsibility and addressing key economic challenges facing america's future. additional funding is provided by the following supporters >>> hello and good evening. i'm daljit dhaliwal. when president obama arrived in japan todaon the first stop of his first trip to asia, he came face to face with a man not unlike himself. a new leader who swept into office on a promise of change. including asserti
. >> when does it obama -- when is it obama's watch? >> and second, what he did when he came into office, what this white house did was, again, put in a program to bring us back from the brink of economic collapse. >> ok, we get that part. >> everything that was nut there, tax cuts -- brenda: i night interrupt -- >> tax cuts for small businesses, all of that -- brenda: marie, i'm sorry. can't -- hold on, guys! please! don't step on this great tease. we're going talk about this in the next segment. because we are so pressed. yeah, we know! we know what you're going bring up! nancy pelosi already in the holiday spirit. she says she wants to give america a special christmas present, but the neil cavuto gang tells her why americans can't afford it. but first, did democrats just say the $787 billion stimulus has failed? remember when@ christmas was magical? let's get back there. santa's wonderland at bass pro shops has@ what we've all been missing: with the arcades, elves, and even a free picture with santa. >> from america's news headquarters, good morning, everyone. i'm jamie colby. preside
---www.ncicap.org---^ bret: next on "special report," the obama administration will bring 9/11 suspects to america for full trials. we will have reaction from 9/11 families. it is a popular charitable group, and is it actually funneling money to iran's nuclear program? and president obama begins his first asian visit by riping critics of his slow deliberation on afghanistan, and we will look inside the new sarah palin book, all that plus the fox all-stars and the friday lightning round, right here, right now. welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. five of the men accused of sovment in the worst terror attack in u.s. history are return together scene of the crime. attorney general eric holder nownlsed today that self-proclaimed 9/11 mastermind khalid sheik mohammed and four others will be tried in civilian federal court, just blocks from ground zero in new york. national correspondent catherine herridge begins our team coverage. >> by his own admission, the decision to send the alleged 9/11 conspirators to trial in new york is monumental. >> i have only been attorney general for eight or
institute noticed something about the news coverage, until president obama spoke on tuesday at a memorial service for the fort hood victims of the attacks, 14 news mentioned he hasan was a muslim. 93% had no mention. after what the president called extremist islamic views, 85 percent of stories on broadcast networks did not mention the word terror, abc, cbs nbc evening in ours referenced terrorist connections to the fort hood attack just seven times in 48 reports. cal are, you wrote about this this week. was there a hesitancy on the part of the network, on the part of the media to call this terrorism? >> without question. every time i wrote on the the subject i get a slew of mail, my syndicate gets a slew of mail, calling me a bigot and islam-foeb. back in the 1980's when the so-called religious right, the conservative christians came up in the political system, the media sent cameras to the churches, they stereo typed little old ladies and men driving pickup trucks and labeled them ultra right extreme right, fundamentalist. they didn't care about labeling them. no hands off. no cameras i
the set last year and campaigned for president obama. it's going to be interesting to see the dynamics there. >> well, and a huge female audience, and many of the issues that divide people about sarah palin do have gender overtones, and so it is a wonderful platform. i think barack obama and even before that, you know, when bill clinton went and played a sax on the arsenio hall show, we saw that these softer forms of media really do play a big role, whether you're trying to sell books or trying to position yourself for a future run for political office. what i'm hoping to figure out on oprah is which of those two things the governor is focused on now. greta: so is that what you're looking for? i know for me the question i have -- and i assume that -- we hope that she's going to be here "on the record" and we're campaigning to get her to appear here and i know she's appearing on a null of shows, but the question i have -- >> no one's been fairer to her than you, greta. greta: well, that's very sweet of you. we'll get hillary clinton here, too, as well. we get them on both sides of the a
york. as the obama administration moves toward closing guantanamo. even after the president narrows and expands his choices on afghanistan. >> i think that we are indeed nearing a decision on this very important topic. gwen: a decision shadowed by the sacrifice of the war's veterans. and of the victims at fort hood. >> fort hood has gotten its breath back. and we continue to move forward. gwen: meanwhile, congress leaves town with another explosive issue on its health care plate. abortion. >> i expect the bill that will be brought it the floor will ensure that no federal funding for abortion. gwen: what are democrats willing to give up to get a health care bill passed? covering the week, pete williams of nbc news. peter baker of "the new york times." tom gjelten of national public radio. and naftali bendavid of "the wall street journal." >> celebrating 40 years of journalistic excellence, live from our nation's capital this is "washington week with gwen ifill." produced in association with national journal. corporate funding for "washington week" is provided by -- >> we know why we'
a hannity investigation next. sean: president obama and his senior and writers have been looking to history and america's involvement in the vietnam war to guide their decision about what sort of commitment to make in afghanistan. what lessons are they taking? we thought it was worth looking into. take a look at what we found out. >> the world cannot afford the price that would come to us if if -- if afghanistan slides into chaos. sean: general's four mcchrystal gave president obama a strategy for victory in afghanistan. >> i am announcing a comprehensive new strategy for afghanistan and pakistan. sean: three months later, that strategy has yet to be implemented. the president has made a show of hesitation and in decision. in a private, he and his advisers are looking to the vietnam war for guidance. they are looking to one book in particular. according to "the wall street journal," david axelrod and rahm emanuel tour through "lessons in disaster" and give it to the president. we read it, and it reaches surprising conclusions. the argument is made that jfk serve out his term, he would have
. regions - it's time to expect more. sean: president obama and his senior and writers have been looking to history and america's involvement in the vietnam war to guide their decision about what sort of commitment to make in afghanistan. what lessons are they taking? we thought it was worth looking into. take a look at what we found out. >> the world cannot afford the price that would come to us if if -- if afghanistan slides into chaos. sean: general's four mcchrystal gave president obama a strategy for victory in afghanistan. >> i am announcing a comprehensive new strategy for afghanistan and pakistan. sean: three months later, that strategy has yet to be implemented. the president has made a show of hesitation and in decision. in a private, he and his advisers are looking to the vietnam war for guidance. they are looking to one book in particular. according to "the wall street journal," david axelrod and rahm emanuel tour through "lessons in disaster" and give it to the president. we read it, and it reaches surprising conclusions. the argument is made that jfk serve out his term, he
: and the obama administration has many handouts, starting with the auto bailout. >> victoria and i decided to contact harry reid's office last week just to find out, just to make sure, and the idea of taxing cadillac union plans is still very much on the table. soon argument could be made that unions are making a huge sacrifice here, because they got those plans -- david: then why are they so much in favor of them? why are they so much in favor of these plans if it hurts them? >> because it's actually good for everyone because it gives their members who are employed now security -- david: because they're only interested in everybody. >> it gives their members security that they can get healthcare later. but still, this should be our thanksgiving segment. david: victor i can't recollect the bottom line is i don't think the unions would be as in favor of it as they are unless it helped them, right? >> oh, certainly, and they're not in favor of the tax on the so-called -- david: not the tax, but again, other unions are very much in favor of the pelosi bill. >> oh, sure, yeah. what's interesti
the news, president obama right in the middle of a tour of asia and assuring the u.s. will not be cowed by north korea. we'll have a live report from singapore. >> and the attorney for the fort hood shooter wants his client to get a psychiatric evaluation. the attorney says mental responsibility will be a crucial issue here as many of those killed at fort hood are laid to rest today. >> gregg: it could very well be the next trial of the essential. yesterday we learned that the five men suspected of playing vital roles in 9/11 terror attackss will now stand trial in manhattan. yards from where the twin towers fell. eric holder insisting the case is rock solid. some view the of as politically and legally risky. molly henneberg is live in washington with more on that. >> molly: attorney general holder says this can work. they can try these terrorists and he is not worried about the outcome. >> i'm quite confident on the basis that we will be able to present some of the evidence, which has not been publicly discussed before. we will be successful in our attempts to convict those men. >> mol
but the obama administration disagrees. >> he will be brought to new york, to new york, to answer for their alleged crimes. bill: we'll hear both sides of this important story. charges that a new disaster movie that wipes out nearly everybody goes out of its way not to offend muslims. we'll tell you what we know about "2012." >> no matter what happens, we'll all stay together. bill: now the big announcement. ready, ladies and gentlemen? glenn beck returns to "the factor" with a major announcement involving him and me. take it away. your humble correspondent. >> i want to warn you, it won't be politically correct. bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. khalid shaikh mohammed gets a break and that's the topic of our "talking points memo." he is involved in planning the 911 atrocity and is perhaps the biggest terrorist captured in america. he was water boarded and gave up some of his al qaeda colleagues who were taken in custody. for the past three years he's been in prison at
>>> barack obama making his first presidential trip to asia. he says the u.s. needs to improve alliances there. we'll hear how he thinks that will affect you. >> it happened five steps after i finished the race. >> he had a heart attack after a marathon. technically died. now he's alive to talk about it. hear what doctors did to revive him after 40 minutes. >> five, four, three, two, one -- >> an emotional record-setting domino effect. wait until you hear how many tiles they set up for their stunning moment. hey, there, thanks for having us over. this is hln "news and vuz." we begin with president obama scheduled to arrive in singapore. visiting japan, he said the u.s. needs to work more with asia to create jobs back home. he said there are tough things to deal with too. >> this is a place where the risk of a nuclear arms race threatens the security of the wider world and where extremists who defile religion can plan attacks on both our continents. there can be no security or our climate challenge without the rising powers and developing nations of the asian pacific. to meet th
. it is saturday november 14th. president obama is over seas on his tour of asia and just left the japanese. >> emperor. >>> and emperor . next stop singapore and he will be touching down in two hours. we'll have the latest on the entire trip. >> excellent. >>> and coming to america. calid sheik muhammad. accused mastermind will stand trial in federal court in new york city steps away from where the world towers once stood. we report and you decide. >> plus, looking at remanents of ida in ocean city, new jersey. flooding damaged the homes and six people dead as a result of that store. our slogan comes from steve sterling in illinois. it could be steve sterling. emporor. >> you never fail to light up my screen. it is better than shot of caffeine. >> yeah. >> it is fox and friends. >> aw, the rooster is crowing and good saturday morning to you all. thank you for joining us this morning. >> picking up the newspaper. you will see the new york post making head. of course, what everyone is talking about. calid steek muhammad now died . evil returning . >> it is what everyone in new york is talkin
comes home again. lessons from the fort hood massacre and the obama administration says the master mind of 9/11 to stand trial in, believe it or not, a new york criminal court and health care reform and the abortion uproar, is the stupak amendment really a pro-life victory and how big a role will the issue play in the senate debate to come. plus, bailouts for newspapers? why your favorite daily may soon be getting a helping hand from the government. welcome to the journal editorial report, i'm paul gigot. reporting that they will charge fort hood shooting suspect with 13 counts of premeditated murder. investigators trying to piece together the circumstances surrounding the texas million the base and whether key warning signs were ignored. including e-mail exchanges between hasan and a radical cleric in yemen who knew three of the september 11th hijackers and advocated jihad against the united states. and in a stunning change in the legal war on terror, the obama administration announced we'll try the master mind of 9/11, kalid shaikh mohammed and four others from guantanamo in a court i
obama is in singapore, the second stop on his first asian tour since taking office. the president and secretary of state hillary clinton are in asia to address a challenge, specially the global challenge and trade. earlier, mr. obama was in japan where he reached out to top business leaders promising an era of cooperation. >> the united states looks to strengthen all the alliances and build new partners with the nations of this region. >> mr. obama will head to south korea. demonstrators are already protesting against him and the war in afghanistan. >>> police releasing new information that that hope leads them to a missing college student. she's been missing more than a month now. >>> also, more long lines as w local parents try to protect their kids from the swine flu. we'll tell you about that. >>> good evening, ohio. that's bruce string steen. why that simple greeting got him in hot water with fans. chuck, what do you have? >> all the rain is gone. i have good news for the forecast. the details in a minute. >>> coming up in sports, an update on alex. virginia trying to keep
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washington bureau. i guess the big question is why is the obama administration doing this. >> in part they were up against a litigation wall. all these individuals absent one were in the military commission process and the military court had ordered the obama administration to make a choice as to what was going to happen with these individuals. and so they split the difference, five will be headed to new york to face trial for the 9/11 plot, five others will be facing military commission for a variety of other plots, including the master mind of the uss cole attack in 2000. so this was a decision that had to be made, but it also helps the obama administration in trying to depopulate guantanamo and figure out how to deal with the individuals still there. >> but do you peel this is the best way to do it? this has raised quirt a bit of ire especially in the new york city area. they say time heals all wounds. i don't think that applies in this case. you have families here that are outraged. what does the attorney general say to those family members that have to sit lieu what will be years
. president obama traveling in asia today said mohamed will be subject to the most exacting demands of justice. bob orr tells us, mohammed will be tried, along with four accomplices, here in new york city, not far from where the world trade center stood until september 11, 2001. >> reporter: eight years after the most devastating terror attack on american soil, the accused architects of 9/11 will be transferred from military custody at guatanamo bay, where they've been held for years, to a federal lockup in new york and tried in a civilian courthouse just blocks from ground zero. >> i fully expect to direct prosecutors to seek the death penalty against each of the alleged 9/11 conspirators. >> reporter: khalid sheikh mohammed, the self-proclaimed mastermind of 9/11, is the headline defendant. but the others are also major al qaeda players. walid bin attash is accused of iranning terror camps. ramzi binalshibh, the government says, trained the 9/11 hijack and money man ali abdul aziz ali allegedly helped pay for the attacks. john cartier, who lost his brother, james, on 9/11, is looking forward
to pay for their health insurance. >> president obama is ready to punish americans who won't pay for health insurance, but who's really breaking the law here? americans who refuse to buy coverage or uncle sam trying to force them into it? plus, a revolt against the pay czar? it's a becameout backlash, why the same c.e.o.'s the white house callsville answer could be saving taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars by standing up to the obama administration. all that, and john has a huge announcement. >> i'm out! >> why is layfield taking all his money out of the market and hiding it under the mattress? something is scaring him, and this guy doesn't scare easy. your money, your life, your show to stay ahead of the game, "cashin' in" starts right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] cheryl: the bill is written, but we're already getting leaks on how the senate is reportedly planning to pay for its massive healthcare overhaul with income tax hikes. and someone here says that's the last thing this job market needs. hello, everybody. i'm cheryl casone, and welcome to "ca
washington has become a failed state not capable of doing anything, you look at obama not getting anything done. outsiders, people who do not just watch cable tv and enjoy yelling, are wondering what they're doing here. this is a frustrating that they have these stupid sideshows. >> catholic bishops don't think it is stupid. >> i don't think the issue is stupid, but it is a sideshow to the main event. >> i suppose we in the electronic media help because there is so much instant communication and the type of misinformation that people are allowed to get away with on television -- most recently this week, apparently, those of us who watch each other for a living missed the fact that hannity on fox mixed two -- one from the day -- >> jon stewart made fun of him. >> this lack of a disinformation -- i don't know what happened with this voting -- >> it was an interesting thing. republican house members -- a unanimously pro-life party in the house -- the stupak amendment, supported by the pro- life side -- they realize that if it were accepted, the pro- life members of the democratic side would v
madison. parish's being held without bail. >>> covering the world, president obama is in singapore for the annual asian-pacific economic summit. in a series of meetings, the president is having to focus on nuclear issues and global cooperation, but he cannot seem to avoid questions about american troops escalations in afghanistan. >> in singapore, at the asia- pacific economic cooperation summit, president obama joined other world leaders. he posed for the obligatory class photo. he and secretary of state hillary clinton are in asia to address the daunting challenges in the global economy and trade and the new threats from north carroll -- the nuclear threats from north korea and iran. president obama kicked off the tour with a stop in japan, where the hawaiian-born leader declared himself a first pacific president. >> the united states looks to strengthen old alliances and build new partnerships. of them he met with the royal family of japan and reached out to top business leaders, promising a new era of cooperation. after a stop in china, he is headed to south korea, where demons
state produce the obama wobbling, not gettinanything done. outsiders, people who do not just wat cable tv and enjoy yelling, mt wder,hat are they doing here? it is a test o whether the system functio at all. it ifrustrating that they ha these stid psychos over abortion. > -- spid side shows over aborti. i don't tnk that the iss is stupid, but it is a sideshow of the main event. >> i suppose we in the electronic media hp, because theris so much instant communication, and the kind of misinformati that peop are allowed to get away with on television -- most recently, this week, appently, those of us who are supposed to watch ea other for a living, at least in part, missed the fact that fox -- hannity on fox had mixed two rallies, one frothe day -- >> jon stewart fun of him. -- made fun of him. >> but w are at point of disinformation -- ion't know what ppened with this votg present -- >> it waan interesting thing. the reblicans are almost unanimously pro-life party in the house. enhe stupakmendment, troduced by the pro-life side, was introduced, they rlize that if it were aepted, these pro
and the strangers. there are a lot of reasons for this. barack obama stood up and they had this connection over roses. he said the civil rights generation is the moses generation. the successor had a job to do. he had to leave them over the river into the promised land. what barack obama says it is i will be the leader of the joshua generation and take us over the river. here we are less than a year into the presidency. he is facing an entrenched establishment and a rebellion from his own stiff neck followers on the other. i read this piece about what obama can learn from moses. you are not joshua. you are moses all over again and remember you are still out there having to deal with the people who are frustrated and unfortunately, as you know, as you were implying, while the story may be remember the outsider, befriend the outsider, those in power are more aligned with the people in power as opposed to the disenfranchised. tavis: how is it that we celebrate these men and women who called the down moses. we celebrate them but we want to dismiss their methodology. >> the -- what is interesting is
. >> the obama administration insists trying 9/11 master minds here in the u.s. is safe, but some victims and former bush administration officials don't agree. we'll have the fallout over one of the administration's most controversial decisions. victims of the fort hood shooting will be buried today. president obama is urging congress to wait before looking into possible intelligence failures, but some in congress elsewhere want to know was this attack preventible and the holidays are a difficult time for our servicemen and women. country singer amy grant is teaming up with the red cross to send holiday cheer to our troops. find out how you can help. i'm brian wilson, news from the the nation's capital starts right now. >> well, it's among one of the most controversial decisions of the obama presidency. the alleged 9/11 conspirators will now face trial in new york city. the u.s. attorney general describes his move as monumental. molly henneberg is following developments and joins us now live from washington. >> hi, attorney general eric holder says this can work, the u.s. can try the terr
>>> barack obama making the first presidential trip to asia. he says america needs to improve alliances there. you'll hear how he thinks that will affect you. >>> he had a heart attack after a marathon and technically died. well now, he's alive to talk about it. hear what doctors did to revive him after 40 minutes. >> five, four, three, two, one. >> set an emotional record-setting domino effect. wait until you hear how many tiles they set up for their shining moment. >>> hey, there. thanks for having us over. this is hln "news and views," this is virginia cha. president obama is now in singapore. he will meet with leaders of apec. before leaving japan, he said the u.s. needs to work closer with japan. he also said there are other tough things to deal with. >> this is a place where the risk of a nuclear arms race threatens the security of the wider world, and where extremists who defile a great religion plan attacks on both of our continents. there can be no solution to our energy security and our climate challenge without the rising powers and developing nations of the asia pa
. >>> world stage. president obama on the road as a critical war decision looms. >>> storm surge. more rain, more misery along the east coast a the remains of a powerful storm move on. >>> and cashing in. what would you pay for a piece of notoriety? tonight, tainted loot going for of notoriety? tonight, tainted loot going for a small fortune. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening, everyone. it's business in asia for the president as he keeps another eye on afghanistan and where the u.s. should go next. this is day three of the president's eight-day trip to asia that includes a highly anticipated visit to china. after an initial stop in japan, he's attending the 21 nation asia pacific economic summit in singapore. nbc news white house correspondent savannah guthrie is traveling with the president. savannah, good evening. what's on the agenda there? >> reporter: well, there's no question free trade dominates the agenda here, lester, and though the leaders here aren't going to get everything they want from the obama administration, the president wants to make clear he'
'm not sure because they're not in a white coat. i think that is what the obama administration think we think. you remember this photo op? they are handing out the white coats. by the way, you can take your coats off if you like. i wanted to have a conversation with you tonight because quite honestly we're dealing with really huge issues and before we went on the air i asked the doctors who are experts in their own field -- they went to school and everything, right? good. i asked them to talk to each over and you tonight as people who are just worried about what is it going to happen to their country, to their patients, if this obama care goes through. i wanted to ask you a couple of questions, first of all, how many support obama care, what is currently is? two over here. all the medical students. who has been indoctrinated. all right. how many will quit if this goes through? good for you. there was a poll out that shows that 45% of doctors say they'll quit -- i don't know if they will or not. we have seen these other polls. washington seems to want this really bad. a new fox poll finds 54%
towers once stood. >> reporter: in halted comments from japan, president obama says he supports the attorney general's decision. >> i'm absolutely convinced that khalid sheikh mohammad will be subject to the most exacting demands of justice. >> reporter: but critics say treating 9/11 as a civilian criminal case rather than a war crime would not only produce damaging information about u.s. interrogation tactics but raise new york's profile as a target of terror. holder's predecessor of the bush administration blasted the decision. >> a decision i consider to be not only unwanted but based on the fact of the refusal to face the fact of what we're involved here is a war, people who following a religiously-based ideology that calls upon them to kill us. >> reporter: more important than where the conspirators are tried is that they are found guilty. >> if they did it, maybe they should be -- [ inaudible ] it's changed my life and i know it's changed a lot of other lives. a lot of us will never be the same. >> reporter: tom fitzgerald, fox 5 news. >>> a family visiting the nation's ca
and possibly bring about the first suicide bombing in the united states and maybe we can put mr. obama on try forgetting those people killed. host: in the financial times, there is a quote from the senate majority leader. he feels like this is a step backwards and puts americans unnecessarily at risk. caller: i agree. i believe we are returning to apre 9/11 meant at. it's a proven fact that by holding these trials in open court, we are going to be giving the enemy combatants and terrorists information that they don't have at the present time. before it is over, we'll give away military, security secrets that they are not aware of. host: thanks for your call. next is martin in new port rhode island. caller: that's new port, pennsylvania. host: sorry about that. caller: that's all right. this is my third time to call about the trade center bombing. i can prove that sheik mohammad was not the leader. it was all the same convenience store in pennsylvania which was owned and operated by a holey man brought over from pakistan. i reported this to the f.b.i., รง homeland security, >> what happened
the obama wobbling, not getting ything done. outsiders, people who do not just watchable tv and enjoy yelling, mus wonr, wt are they doing here? it is a test of whether the system functionst all. it is ustrating that they have these stup psychos over abortion. > -- stud side shows over abortion don't thi that the issues stupid, but it is a sideshow of the main event. >> i suppose we in the electronic media hel because there so much instant communication, and the kind of misinformation that peoplere allowed to get away with on levision- most recently, this week, appartly, those of us who are supposed to watch eachther for living, at least inart, missed the fact that fox --annity on foxad mixed two rallies, one from e day -- >>on stewartun of him. -- made fun of him. >> but we are at aoint of disinformation -- i d't know what haened with this votin present -- >> it was interesting thing. the repuicans are almost unanimously a o-life party in the house. wh t stupak andment, inoduced by the pro-life side, was introduced, they reaze that if it were accted, these pro-life members on the d
will be transfered from guantanamo, cuba. the decision is a key step for the obama administration to eventually close that facility, but the plan is drawing criticism from republicans. mitchell mcconnell says the trial puts americans none yell at risk. others are worried the suspects' attorneys will try to portray their clients as victims of government torture. cynne' simpson, abc 7 news. >> in a judge has his way, former louisiana congressman william jefferson will spend the next 13 years hand bars. he sentenced the democt earlier today. he was caught on tape accepting $100,000 in cash. much of that money was found stashed in his freezer. he plans to appeal. new at 11:00, president obama tries to build a bridge with china while talking about north korea during a speech in japan. the president said a prosperous china is a source of strength to all notions. he said the world will not be cowed to north korea's threat. could the pattle over the school system firings caust the d.c. mayor his job? he gave what some would call a surprising answer. new at 11:00, jennifer donelan is outside d.c. school he qu
palestinian/american ties aed on the improve his own personal relationship with both bush and later with obama. this was seen as affecting american position by the palestinians and the settlements and the skurnt current demand f settlement freeze and how palestinians were precip katd with t -- precip kated with the public attitude for the intervention and the intervention process. until recently, we were told that the public is becoming a lot more welcoming and a lot more optimistic about the u.s. intervention and a lot more optimistic about the outcome of a u.s. intervention, and in fact n our surveys we found that one-third of those who opposed the permanent settlement with israel because of the terms of the settlement, would change their minds and support it if it was predicated on a strong u.s. intervention, obama intervention to force both israelis and palestinians to implement it. that is a significant achievement. that is a factor when you change about one-third of the population, that is about 15% of all of the palestinians, and by the way, not all of the israelis are happy with this a
. >>> the first family visited europe earlier this week. mr. obama met with russia's president to talk about reducing nuclear weapons. both nations agreed to sizable cuts. the administration sought to repair strained relations between the two countries, a theme echoed in president obama's speech to graduates at a moscow business school. >> i believe that on the fundamental issues that will shape this century, americans and russians share common interests that form a basis for cooperation. >> the president then traveled on to italy for the g-8 summit and to meet with the pope. >>> sarah palin is offering more information about her surprise resignation as alaska's governor. her last day in office will be july 26th and she claims that her plans are uncertain. >> i do not know what the future holds. i want to work right now for people who are going to work in office or out of office for the right things. those principles that built up america. >>> millions of fans tuned in to the public memorial service held in honor of michael jackson on tuesday. and a few thousand lucky fans won free tickets t
for the efforts? >> barack obama was elected using social media, and it brought a lot of attention to this field. it is way more than federal officials using social media or agencies developing competing strategies. it is about a new way of thinking how we bring services to citizens. that is the heart of what we're trying to accomplish. >> as far as the ability for government to use these platforms to the average person? >> is not just the ability for government to get information out, it is about the citizens and get information out. government getting information out sounds like it is a 1-way flow. what i am really trying to encourage here is thinking about innovation. a really good analogy is what is happening with the eye fell on -- iphone. there was a lot of government procurement. they figure out what they're going to offer on the platform, and that is the phone. they put together this really interesting suite of applications. there are an enormous -- there is an enormous out welling of creativity. the federal interstate highway system did not tell us what to put at the end of the highways
discouraged by the that the freeze that obama called for and which was violated found no consequences. here ambassador talked about consequences, there have not been any consequences. i fear the obama administration may have lost a lot of political points on this one. >> daniel in? >> yeah. first of all, i really endorse that there should be an engagement with the groups that one isn't engaging with. one can divide that constituency and that will be an important part of getting into a state deal. i -- i would say that one takes as a point of departure what ambassador kercher just said and that they should draw the red line at the green light. and come up with as tight as water policy as possible. including when the new york mets' facility is being used to host a fundraiser for the fund, that kind of thing, those kind of organizations should not be allowed to raise money on a tax-deductible charitable basis in the united states. i get that menu in place of what it means to draw a red line at the green line. there should be consequences, but i would go to the map. >> excuse me, daniel -- >> i
the policy is right by mr. obama, talk about that, but don't smear people who are standing up for their constitutional rights. >> or stand up right now and say enough with the borrowing. we need to get our country's fiscal house in order rather than waiting for the day when the countries that are lending money to us say enough, no more, no mas, however you want to put it. neil: well, been i don't understand tea partiers, and adam, it's a point i'll raise with you since everyone was piling on up there, this notion that it's beyond tea partiers who find this upsets, especially if you see the language, and this is a particular line that worried me, because in page after page, in chapter after chapter, there's a sort of little footnote, such sums as may be necessary, which is sort of like a car salesman's way of saying there might be some added feeds here. not to disparage car salesman, for whom i mean no disrrnings but you know what i'm saying? that's an open invitation to a lot more being added on here, right? >> i'm not a parliamentarian, neil. i assume that that is common lang
these issues through as deeply asthey do when they're pesident. president obama a candidate talked about afgnistan as the good war in effect. as a udgel against the republicans abou iraq. they messedup by going into iraq and suld have focused on ghanistan, i'll do that. re we are and he's in carge, anit's not so easy. i thinkthat everybody ivolved recgnizes that none ofthe tions offers a surety of suess and they're trying t figure out how tomaximize the best gain. >> peter,we heard ths week that kar ikenberry, genal ikeerry, has weighed in wth some concern how did thshappen? karl ikeberry and tanley mcrystal have been considered friends and knoweach other a long time. how is it at this late stagein the game is karl ikenberr weighi in with what appears to be adid i september? is late inthe -- to be disst? it's late in the gam. general ikenberry who dd two tours in afghanistan ha gron sour on karzai as have a number -- gwen: inuding the vice president. >> incding the vice president and the presint. in fact, their relaonship has grown so sour some eople say that's why john kerry,he senar fr
manned mission is looking less likely. president obama's human space flight review committee has reported back that nasa's plan of returning to the moon by 2020 is unrealistic, underfunded by at least $3 billion a year. >> the human space flight program that the united states is currently pursuing is one that is on an unsustainable trajectory. >> reporter: the president has yet to decide whether to ask congress for more money and continue with the ares 1 on a return lunar mission. but for many space enthusiasts finding water has only whet the appetite for a return trip to the moon. so where did all this water come from? possibly from comets pounding the moon over and over again. and if that's the truth, then all that water and all that ice might hold secrets to the history of the solar system. in the words of one nasa scientist, "this ain't your father's moon." brian? >> tom costello with a lot of water next to him in washington starting us off on a friday night. tom, thanks. >>> more new numbers on swine flu out tonight from the centers for disease control. flu deaths in children in this
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